WebALPS Implementation and Performance Study. Technical Report TR2001-399, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, June 1, 2001.
Master's thesis; advisor: S.W. Smith.
The WebALPS (Web Applications with Lots of Privacy and Security) approach is proposed to address these weaknesses by moving sensitive computations at server side into trusted co-servers running inside high-assurance secure coprocessors.
In this report, we examine the foundations of the credibility of WebALPS co-servers. Then we will describe our work of designing and building a prototype WebALPS co-server, which is integrated into the widely-deployed, commercial-grade Apache server. We will also present the performance test results of our system which support the argument that WebALPS approach provides a systematic and practical way to address the remote trust issue.
Preliminary IBM TR
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